Do you know of the excellent site for weekday morning e-mails from the Fine Gardening magazine Garden Photos Of the Day? Fellow gardeners share multiple photos of their gardens, and exchange comments, on … Continue reading
Swales is a word I learned yesterday when reading Ken Druse’s new book – “The New Shade Garden, Creating a Lush Oasis in the Age of Climate Change”. My plan was … Continue reading
In reference to today’s earlier post, showing the dam built on the north side of my gardens, please view this video, filmed during a downpour of rain. Because of the … Continue reading
Finally I carried through with a project that has been playing around in my mind for many, many months – damming The North (rainwater) River. There were two existing border … Continue reading
Looking back through some older posts, which were originally e-mails to my sister, it became apparent to me that my first thought of an evergreen shrub border, around the inside of … Continue reading
Looking at moss is relaxing. Touching moss is a gentle sensory experience. Learning more about moss is fun. Enjoy this informative video I discovered – Thank you, Brian Engh!
I found a HUGE and beautiful green caterpillar yesterday, just walking across the moss in my back gardens. Today I found my azaleas LOADED with caterpillars that look like Christmas … Continue reading